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Yoma Strategic, together with FMI and the SPA Group, has been actively involved in providing relief to those affected by the recent flooding in Myanmar. Together, we have been able to mobilise a variety of resources to take a multi-faceted approach to providing aid. We are also working closely with local organisations who understand their communities and who are best positioned to deploy resources quickly and effectively. For more information, please visit www.facebook.com/SPAFloodReliefFund

The following are activities undertaken by Group companies in 2016:

Case New Holland

Convenience Prosperity Co. Ltd, (Case New Holland) were at Ye Gyu Township in the Ayeyarwaddy Division to provide immediate aid to villages impacted by the floods.

Staff of Pathein and Hinthada Branches worked tirelessly, enduring strong winds and terrible road conditions to get to the villagers.

Bags of rice, drinking water and instant noodles were donated to help villagers tie over. There are about 300 household in Magyi La Har village.


The following are activities undertaken by Group companies in 2015:

Pun Hlaing Golf Estate – Raising Funds

Pun Hlaing Golf Estate has been selling t-shirts and baked goods to raise funds for flood victims. The funds raised are being channeled back into the Group’s relief efforts in and around the Sittwe area.

Balloons Over Bagan – On the Ground Relief Efforts

Balloons Over Bagan has been active on the ground providing supplies to flood victims. The Balloons Over Bagan team traveled by boat to Kyet Sher village, Pakokku Township, where they donated rice, oil, canned fish, water, t-shirts, and hats to 360 families. The team was the first to reach the village.

Pun Hlaing Siloam Hosptials – Medical Aid and Health Assessments

Dr. Ye Moe Myint of Pun Hlaing Siloam Hospital (PHSH) traveled to Sittwe where he met with health officials at Kyaut Taw clinic to assess the medical needs of the township. Kyaut Taw township has nearly 100 villages and a population of around 200,000. The key challenge now is to prevent an outbreak of cholera and to ensure well-coordinated relief efforts. PHSH is also working on providing clean drinking water through the donation of water filters.

FMI Air – Providing a Vital Transportation Link

FMI Air has been flying emergency aid to Sittwe in Rakhine State. This area is one of the worst affected by the floods. Aid relief items have been unloaded and are being distributed to the surrounding areas.